The Endocrine Center - Houston, TX

At The Endocrine Center, we are a group of board-certified specialists in endocrinology and metabolism. We provide in-depth specialty care, and have a wide range of resources available for our patients. We accept a wide range of insurance plans, and can usually accommodate new patient appointments within 2 weeks.


We have 3 locations in the Houston area: Main Campus, Greater Heights, Methodist West


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We can usually accommodate new patient appointments within 2 weeks.

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3 Convenient Locations:

Endocrine Center Main Campus

Main Campus

10837 Katy Freeway, Suite 200
Houston, TX 77079

Ph: 713-468-2122
Fax: 713-468-2289
Endocrine Center Greater Heights Campus

Greater Heights Campus

1631 N. Loop West Ste. 625
Houston, TX 77008

Ph: 832-649-4386
Fax: 832-218-7402
Endocrine Center Methodist West Campus

Methodist West Campus

18400 Katy Freeway Ste. 420
Houston, TX 77094

Ph: 713-973-3470
Fax: 844-873-0032

Endocrinology in Houston, TX

Type 1 diabetes, commonly called juvenile diabetes, is caused by an inability of the pancreas to make sufficient insulin to control blood sugars.
Type 2 diabetes, commonly called adult-onset diabetes, is characterized by insulin resistance, which causes elevated blood sugars.
Defined as elevated blood sugars resulting from pregnancy. During pregnancy, the placenta produces hormones causing insulin resistance, sometimes resulting in diabetes.
Thyroid nodules are very common, occurring in up to 40% of adults. They are small lumps that form within the thyroid gland. We offer thyroid biopsies and results are usually received in 10 days.
Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) is a method for biopsy of the thyroid gland. Your doctor will use an ultrasound to help guide the position of the needle for an accurate biopsy.
On the day of the test, x-rays will be taken of the lower spine, hip, & forearm. It is preferable that your bone density should be done on the same machine each year.
There are now several medications on the market for treatment. These include estrogen, bisphosphonates, & the newer drugs Forteo and Prolia.
Hyperthyroidism occurs when the thyroid gland is producing too much thyroid hormone. Patients with hyperthyroidism usually have high thyroid hormone levels and low TSH.
Occurs when the thyroid gland isn’t producing enough thyroid hormone. Patients with hypothyroidism usually have low thyroid hormone levels & elevated TSH.
Treatment usually starts with surgical removal of the thyroid, followed by radioactive iodine ablation.
Parathyroid disorders and abnormal blood calcium levels
Thyroid Uptake/Scan is a diagnostic test used to determine the cause of hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid).
Thyroid whole body scan with thyrogen injections for evaluation of thyroid cancer.
Patients are given an IV dose of a hormone: TRH. Blood levels of TSH & prolactin will then be measured to monitor the body’s response to TRH.
Patients are given a sugar containing solution to drink. Blood sugar is measured hourly to monitor the body’s response to sugar.
Vitamin D is an essential vitamin that is important in regulation of blood calcium levels & bone development.
Call 713-468-2122 to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists.
A typical nerve conduction study takes 45 minutes to 1 hour. This test is an important tool for diagnosing diseases of the nervous system.
Monitor your adrenal glands’ response to ACTH.
Useful for evaluation of the heart & lungs.
Clinical Research Trials

Our center is committed to find new ways to improve patients’ health through continuing research in areas such as diabetes care, cardiovascular and renal disease.

We are currently conducting different Clinical Research Studies
• Be a part of finding new ways to improve your condition and further medical research
• Receive quality medical care at no cost to you
• Receive study medication at no cost to you
• Receive study related test at no cost to you
• Compensation might be available for your time and travel

If you want to participate
• Please answer a few questions to help our team identify which study you may qualify for.
• Someone from our research team will be contacting you.

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